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footsteps won the space race. today, hundreds gathered to pay a final tribute to astronaut neil armstrong. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. u.s. warships are sailing to the coast of libya following the coast -- the death of the american ambassador. american embassies around the world are ramping up security. in yemen, those measures might be too late. protesters in the yemeni capital reached the embassy walls today. it is continuing fallout of a film produced in america that muslims see as an insult to the prophet muhammed. from the libyan capital, tripoli, are middle east editor now reports. >> the american embassy in, yemen's capital -- in sanaa, mn's capital, is heavily fortified. the anger spreading across the region about the anti-muslim film is deepened by the belief that somehow that america and its western friends would do damage to islam however they can. in cairo, violence continued around the american embassy. he is saying, "the film is not the first instance. there have been so many. there should be an international law to stop insults to
. >>> remembering an american hero. neil armstrong's memorial service just wrapped up at the national cathedral. our kristin fisher was there. ♪ fly me to the moon ♪ and let me play among the stars ♪ >> how does one adequately express his feelings about a special friend? when that friend is also a world icon, a national hero of unimman ginnable proportion. >> reporter: the last man on the moon pays tribute to the first man on the moon neil armstrong. >> no one could have accepted the responsibility of his remarkable accomplishment with more dignity and more grace than neil armstrong. >> reporter: more than 2,000 people filled the cathedral including former senator glon jen but outside before the service started, hundreds of people who haven't flew in space waited in long lines to get inside and say goodbye to this reluctant hero. the national cathedral itself actually holds a very special piece of neil armstrong history. inside is a stained glass window called the space window. it's also the cover of today's program because it was inspired by pictures taken during armstrong's apollo 11 missio
for the memorial honoring neil armstrong. one came from dallas to be here. he worked with armstrong at the kennedy space center. >> knowing he could die at any moment. we're going to go for it no matter what. >> reporter: kim sullivan came from sterling, virginia, to show his respects for a man who he had something in common. >> the first eagle scout to walk on the moon. i have two sons who are eagle scouts. he was a role model to many young men, still a role model. >> reporter: the national cathedral is special to armstrong. he donated a moon rock to the church. it is still displayed today. the last man to step on the mon and armstrong's friend spoke at service. >> and as you soar through the heavens, beyond where even eagles dare to go, you can now finally put out your hand and touch the face of god. farewell, my friend. you have left us far too soon. >> although neil armstrong is from ohio, by his qrks he will be bur -- his request, he will be buried at sea tomorrow. >> arm strong's family had a private service for him on august 21st in cincinnati, ohio. >>> the orioles picked up a big win. we
in washington where people are starting to arrive for the memorial service for astronaut neil armstrong. you will see part of that this morning on "america's newsroom." woman 1: this isn't just another election. we're voting for... the future of our medicare and social security. man 1: i want facts. straight talk. tell me your plan... and what it means for me. woman 2: i'm tired of the negative ads and political spin. that won't help me decide. man 2: i earned my medicare and social security. and i deserve some answers. anncr: where do the candidates stand on issues that... affe seniors today and in the future? find out with the aarp voters' guide at earnedasay.org martha: investigators are trying to piece together exactly what happened during the deadly attack that killed ambassador stevens and three other americans at the u.s. consulate in libya. senior white house foreign affairs correspondent goal goal live at the state department with a timeline what we know so far. good morning, wendell. >> reporter: good morning martha. officials here say the attack at benghazi was well-planned and
for mankind. >> as you well know, that was neil armstrong on july 20th, 1969. armstrong passed away last month, following complications from heart surgery. he was 82. in less than an hour, armstrong's family and friends will gather for a public memorial service at the national cathedral in washington, including former nasa astronaut eugene fuhrman. armstrong's best-known mission, of course, was that first moon landing. he was commander on apollo 11. that's him on the left. on the right was aldron. michael collins, the command module pilot. they spent more than two hours on that historic day. back to the national cathedral, we find john zarrella. good morning, john. >> reporter: hi, carol. the line is gone now. the crowd has gone inside. they expect a full house here. 2,000 people expected. here is the booklet that they put out. a celebration of the life of neil armstrong. as you mentioned, last man to walk on the moon, gene zernon and buzz aldrin, who walked on the moon with neil armstrong. many members of congress will be here. we know that nancy pelosi, john boehner, are going to be here. a
week. the first man to walk on the moon, neil armstrong. and remembrances have been pouring in like money pouring out of nasa's budget. (laughter) >> he was an american hero and a space pioneer. >> armstrong rewrote history. >> he was the epitome of cool under pressure. >> a man who made his country believe that with enough know how we could do anything. >> i want to give a shoutout to astronaut neil armstrong. thank you for letting us all dream of going where no man has gone before. (laughter) >> yes, you can always count on geraldo rivera to find just the right words from-- the star trek opening credits. well, nation-- i would like to ad my voice to these tributes and say, neil armstrong, i don't know. no, no, hear me out. i know i'm to the going to win any space medals for this but may i remind you what he said when he first set foot on the moon. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> mankind? what's wrong with america kind, neil. i'm sorry, did you plant the flag of mankind? did mankind spend millions of colors and thousands of man hours developing you
for neil armstrong coming up. >>shepard: a final farewell to one of the bravest and humblest heroes, neil armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon, 2,500 people attended the memorial at national cathedral in washington, dc to say god by, to a man counted among history's greatest explorers, up there with columbus. armstrong died last month at 82 years old. as we all know he made the leap for mankind back in july of 1969 but he never took to the limelight. at the memorial today, astronaut gene cernan, the last man for walk on the moon reminded us all that neil armstrong was quick to say he was only doing his job. >> fate looked down kindly on us when she chose neil armstrong to be the first to venture to another world. and to have the opportunity to look back from space at the beauty of our own. it could have been another but it wasn't. and it wasn't for a reason. no one, no one, but anyone could have accepted the responsibility of his remarkable accomplishment with more dignity and more grace an neil armstrong. >>shepard: the footprint of the apollo missions are still on the moon an
to another world. >> shep: tonight remembering neil armstrong, our first man on the moon. first from fox this thursday night, the crisis in the middle east. arrests in ex with the attack on the u.s. consulate and the murder of our ambassador and others. the arrest of suspects may be a meaningful development, we'll see. it could be just a symbolic gesture by the libyans in which they round up the usual suspects and report their conducting interviews. it won't be the first time. there is no way to know whether they have a motive and what it is. here is what we know. investigators in the united states and libya say the astack on the consulate was likely an act of terror and likely timed to mark the 9-11 terrorist attacks. the libyans say it was a two-part operation. investigators are looking into whether it was an inside job. one that included locals and a raid on a supposedly secret safehouse. the chairman of the u.s. house intelligence committee says it was a coordinated military style, commando type operation. tonight spokesmen at the white house, the pentagon, state department, all say
of impact that we have had with neil armstrong. if you wanted to go to the moon, you couldn't need it. if you wanted to go to heaven, you can darn well find a plan to be in the heavens. when no one said no. as if we didn't know. economic gains back then. we did. we just didn't let that stop us or slow us. or deter us. we didn't let it be desperate that is what i remember. we officially say goodbye to a legend on this day. we quit acting legendary. >> we are broke as far as monetarily and leaders. we had a bold person with john kennedy and heroes that stepped up. we still have heroes, but we don't have a bold person in politics. we had john kennedy do a good job. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] neil: he did not when he didn't have nearly the debt we do have now. >> there is no doubt that our debt is hampering what we can do worldwide. we are the only empire in the history of the world that controls allport ocean spray a lot of countries don't have to build like we do. i don't think that nasa has shared the plans. neil: we are going to let wicked liz macdonald talk t
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to walk on the moon. neil armstrong is going to be buried at sea. this comes after more than 1,000 people gathered at the arlington national cathedral in order to honor his memory. a speech by the last man to walk on the moon. >> farewell my friend. you have left us far too soon, but we want you to know we do cherish the time we have had and shared together. god bless you, neil. >> the 82-year-old armstrong died last month after complications from heart surgery. nintendo revealing its latest game consul. it is the wii you. >> why it is better to want a house. linda? >> yes. certainly a big day on wall street yesterday. stock index futures indicating more gains for the major market averages. we did see gains yesterday. the fed completed a two-day meeting and they said they would increase purchases of mortgage-backed bonds. the fed was under considerable pressure to take action this week. the s&p 500 soared to the highest level in four years. meantime if, you're getting tired of your cramp apartment, here is something to consider. it is now 43% che
el distrito de columbia. si usted las logra identificar ...en otras noticias...neil armstrong fue recordado en la catedral nacional en la capital de la nacion .. lilian mass nos cuenta como honraron su legado... se le dio honores a la vida del primer hombre que piso la luna, neil armstrong. la catedral nacional abriÓ sus puertas esta maÑana para que el publico en general, altos dignatarios, lideres polÍticos, familiares y compaÑeros trabajo le dijeran un ultimo adiÓs a un hombre que dejo huellas no solamente en la luna, sino en la historia de la humanidad " neil sinceramente un hombre humilde con una integridad impecable y que sin dudarlo acepto su rol como el primer ser humano en caminar en otro mundo y cuando lo hizo se convirtiÓ en un testamento para todos los americanos de lo que se puede hacer con visiÓn y dedicaciÓn." fue en 1969 cuando dijo su famosa frase " este es un pequeÑo paso para un hombre, pero un gran salto para la humanidad". durante la ceremonia el administrador de la nasa charles bolden jr. recordÓ como armstrong reacciono despuÉs del discurso
on the touching tribute to the first men on the moon, neil armstrong. >> another beautiful day but a cold front out near chicago is headed this way. right now under mostly clear skies, 50 at the a x a horrible derecho storm rocked the state, leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark, some four weeks. >> the public service commission held hearings to see how well area utility company responded to those outages during the storm. that had some tough questions for the utilities. >> is a weather event most of us will never forget. at around 10:00 on june 29, straight line winds associated with the derecho storm ended at knocking out power to more than 760,000 bge customers. now, after a number of public hearings, the top brass were in front of the pse to explain how the company handled the storm, which many customers had a problem with. >> there is a gap between customer expectations for restoration from of storm like the derecho versus the reality of the resources we have today. but the biggest problem was in getting aker times as to when service would be restored. just before the storm, a number o
the stars. >>> that is diana crawl, who was at the national service for neil armstrong. a child of the midwest, a test pilot, decorated combat veteran, astronaut, and first man on the moon, people found him almost reclusive in private life. but he had towering modesty, wanting the team to get all the credit as former colleagues remembered tonight. >> no one, but no one could have accepted the responsibility of his remarkable accomplishment with more dignity, and more grace than neil armstrong. he embodied all that is good, and all that is great about america. >> per his wishes, neil armstrong, a former carrier pilot will be buried at sea off the desk of a u.s. aircraft carrier. >>> and speaking of heavens, several areas, people waking up to a strange and beautiful sight this morning. people in mexico, nevada, colorado even, saw this, turns out it was a missile fired in a test to shoot down another missile. and it all left a beautiful kind of swirling trail in the morning sky. >>> well, drink up while you can, new yorkers, drink those large beverages free of government interventi
. an emotional service this morning as the nation remembered astronaut neil armstrong. the worst -- the first man to walk on the moon. many went to the national cathedral. that is where we joined john gonzalez live at. >> the service just ended. this was the program that was handed out. now during the service carol armstrong was given the flood that was flown at half staff the day her husband died. >> a very public service for a modest man. 81-year-old michael collins was on the mission with neil armstrong gave a prayer. >>-- the earth that is beneath us. >> as hundreds filed and the national cathedral, we spoke with a logistics engineer was working on the aircraft. he brought with him a signed photo. on the aircraft, astronauts and former pilot, neil armstrong became the first to walk on the moon. eleven astronauts have followed. >> it was a team effort. if one part on this thing failed, they were lost. there were a long way from home. >> he died from complications during heart surgery. >> he was an absolutely wonderful, warm human being who happened to be a hero. >> another man spoke of the ser
. >> reporter: when a famous person pass away the vial of their autograph goes up. the value of neil armstrong's autograph is shooting the moon. vincent has something any fan of space flight would love, a neil armstrong autograph. made out personally to his mother. >> it says happy mother's day, neil armstrong. >> that's one small step for man,. >> reporter: his dad worked the first man to walk on the moon in the 70s and asked him teosinte note. it was unusual because he rarely signed anything making his name very valuable. >> he was -- the most valuable, living signature in the united states. >> reporter: expert steve walter said the name is worth more than almost anyone's in the past 30 years. >> the next highest is probably like paul mcarthy. >> reporter: he is asking 2400 for this autograph. it's worth a bit less. on e-bay some are asking $14,000 oro more. walter cautionswall. >> hundreds of years from now john i think people are going to look back and look at him in the same light as they do christopher columbus. >> reporter: that's fine for vincent who said no matter what it's worth
attended the memorial service. >> reporter: in 1969 when neil armstrong became the first human to step foot on the moon. neil saduk watched it on television and told us through his son he was very proud for all humanity. >> i was very proud to see the first person ever on the moon. >> reporter: he and his wife came from bangladesh to join about 2,000 ear people at the memorial service -- other people at the memorial service for neil armstrong. among the others who showed, roger meyers who brought an autographed poster of buzz aldrin standing on the lunar surface, neil armstrong reflected in the visor took the picture. the navy's sea chanters sang an anthem from the service's hymnal. neil armstrong was 38 years old we had made history on the moon. john snow spoke at the service. >> he was always in his heart of hearts that little boy who whittled wooden model airplanes on that small farm in central ohio. he built his own wind tunnel by age 12. >> reporter: a fellow astronaut reminded those how neil armstrong explained put ago poll low down on the moon with if i -- putting apollo down
. >> we are learning more about the public memorial service for astronaut neil armstrong. learn w >> welcome back. we're getting a look at surveillance video that led to charges against a prince george's county police officer. corporal donald taylor is seen hitting 19-year-old ryan dorm in the face with his service weapon. you can also see taylor's gun go off. taylor and his partner said that they saw the man and his friend enter a store and bought a robbery was about to happen. taylor wrote in his original report that the teenager had reached for about an. correct he played on community stereotypes that this young black person was a menace. >> the incident happened in february in brentwood. dorm spent four months in jail. the officer was charged with several crimes after the surveillance video and the young man was cleared of all crimes. now he's suing the police department and the officer for $10 million. was another violent attacks in southeast d.c. a man was attacked and robbed early yesterday morning on north carolina avenue. the victim was able to get home and call police. t
flown over mission control at the johnson space center in houston, texas, to neil armstrong's widow, carol. "america the beautiful" sung by the cathedral choir singers. as the memorial service comes to an end, a memorial service that really dealt with the man, neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, an american hero but also all the speakers, including gene cernan talking about how humble he was, how selfless he was, how it was never about him. joining us now syndicated columnist charles krauthamer with final thoughts as we wrap up the memorial services the celebration of neil armstrong's life. charles? >> behind the hero is a man who simply loved to fly. family tells me was a notoriously slow driver. he would go 10 miles-an-hour, look at all the mirrors, drive them crazy. when they would say anything, he would respond, if it is not supersonic it is just transportation. it was a paradox in him. the fame, the glory was because he walked on the moon but as i said earlier, walking was not what he considered to be a big deal. the great pride he took what he did at andrews air
an eye on what he says. i think he's dead on right about that. neil armstrong and mitt romney. what if i told you they all belong? neil: in a day and age when thinking was golden. no wonder republicans had a healthy image at the convention. neil armstrong, the astronaut. >> tonight, the american flag is still on the moon. and i don't doubt for a second that neil armstrong's spirit is still with us. that unique blend of optimism. ingenuity, and the other confidence that when the world needs someone to do the really big stuff, you need an american. neil: switching around, hearing media reports, some say that mitt romney risked a lot. reliving the past. i frankly think that we risk a lot, not reliving that. and reminding americans at that point where we are grateful for recovery. we all recall recessions in the past. a half precent jump in retail sales are a statement. there are server in turn sordid political debates on expert neil armstrong knew enough to know that you can't reach for the stars about challenging the norm. enormous not 2% growth in the recovery, it's three times that at a
a $2,000 grant to find that object -- to find that project. >> to lead, back in 1969 neil armstrong took his first deaths on the moon. he spent nearly three hours exploring it and leaving a note, we come in peace. we'll take you to touching memorial in washington, coming up. >> a free, on-line pet farrakhan test. >> live, local, late-breaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton, your forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer, and skyteam 11, covering breaking news where you live. wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 continues now. >> online contests offer big rises four q pictures of pet's -- furcated pictures of pets. a baltimore county woman was enticed to one contest, but she changed her mind contacted us. we decided to enter the contest ourselves. >> creston williamson has a lease to love, photography's and her pet. she came across an on-line forum contest that picture interest. the contest, called the great american folk contest, is free to enter. the winner is determined monthly by online boats. the prize is $1,000. there are other con
on right about that. neil armstrong and mitt romney. what if i told you they all belong? after tampa, i'm going to explain exactly why ♪ ♪ i can do anything ♪ i can do anything today ♪ i cano anywhere ♪ i can go anywhere today ♪ la la lla la la la [ male announcer ] dow solutions help millions of people by helping to make gluten free bread that doesn't taste gluten free. together, the elements of science and the human element can solve anything solutionism. the new optimis neil: in a day and age when thinking was golden. no wonder republicans had a healthy image at the convention. neil armstrong, the astronaut. >> tonight, the american flag is still on the moon. and i don't doubt for a second that neil armstrong's spirit is still with us. that unique blend of optimism. ingenuity, and the other confidence that when the world needs someone to do the really big stuff, you need an american. neil: switching around, hearing media reports, some say that mitt romney risked a lot. reliving the past. i frankly think that we risk a lot, not reliving that. and reminding americans at tha
, who shyed away from the spotlight. neil armstrong. his capsule communiqcator from apollo charlie duke said that he was always a team player. i am quoting charlie now. neil believed it was a u.s. accomplish and not their accomplishment. he was one of the humblest men i ever met. even the biographer echo ed the words. have a listen. >> i think that neil felt that he knew that other astronauts could have made the land iing. the crew dispatched for 11, all three of the astronauts, but the commander armstrong, felt it was important that it was a national effort, and this was a team effort, and to have the names of the astronauts was really, you know, it was not needed. and it was not really the message. in terms of the deciding who would be the first out, between aldrin and armstrong, they both landed at the same time. i mean, that is the way neil looked a it. he did not see why there was a emphasis upon him being the first out. >> it is one small step for man. one giant leap for mankind. >> there was some thinking about, well, which of the two men will best, you know, will best represent
this in decades. . >>> diana krall singing "fly me to the moon" today to say good-bye to neil armstrong. tony spoke to some of them about our first man on the moon. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: in one of the most historic events in american history, astronaut neil armstrong carved a phrase in time that exemplified our nation as pioneers of the last frontier. >> to be an american and have the american people be the first people on the moon, i mean, that meant so much to me. he was my hero. >> reporter: neil armstrong passed away in late august this year. even though he may never travel in space again, everyone here remembered the exact moment he landed on the moon. >> black and white flickering television set, it was simply amazing. we were on a different foreign body. and those words are going to echo through all of us for our lives. >> i couldn't fathom it. i was totally awe-struck. to be walking on the moon. >> reporter: today's service included speakers from nasa, as well as dignitaries. >> those of us who had the privilege of fly in space foll
at the home of kneel armstrong, an -- neil armstrong. that is what america is. america coming united together we were able to stop and unthinkable darkness during the second world war. i appreciate our second world war veterans more can you can imagine. >> gregg: governor romney delivering on speech at a rally in jacksonville, florida. you saw his running mate paul ryan. among the many things the governor talked about, iran. that is what we're going to talk about right now. ominous developments in the nuclear showdown with that country. senior official in iran says the country's only nuclear power reactor has reached full capacity. this as the united nations watchdogs says tehran has doubled the number of uranium enrichment machines deep in an underground bunker. so with sanctions doing little to hinder their ambitions, what is left? fox news contributor john bolton is with us to talk about that. is this inspector's report in your mind evidence that the president's policies of diplomacy and sanctions has done little to deter iran and is regarded as a failure? >> yeah, think it's very clear. t
to the stars. nation bids a final farewell to neil armstrong. >> you can now finally put out your hand even touch the face of god. this is the "cbs morning news" god. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 14, 2012. captioning funded by cbs good morning. i'm terrell brown. u.s. diplomatic missions are on high alert on concerns of anti-american protests. egypt remains the site of the longest and largest protest. this morning demonstrations moved from the u.s. embassy to the administrates of cairo. libyan officials said four arrests have been made on the attack on the u.s. consulate. according to libyan interior minister the attack was a two pronged operation, first the consulate in benghazi was stormed where chris steven's and another american were killed. the rest of the staff was evacuated to a safe house. that was raided hours later. two other americans died in that assault. libyan officials said militants may have been tipped about the safe house location by someone in libyan security. susan mcginnis is following this from washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning
kathleen savio. >>> and a rare display. pieces of the late neil armstrong's historic space suit go on display for the first time in a decade. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the final countdown. with election day just two months away, the end of the democrats' convention last night marks a fresh starting point in the race for the white house, and last night president obama made his appeal for a second term saying the election is a clear choice between two different paths for america. nbc's steve handelman reports. >> liberty and justice for all! >> reporter: a symbol of recovery. arizona's gabby giffords led the pledge and amped up the energy for the president. he wanted to fire up democrats but barack obama aimed his speech at undecided voters. >> i'm asking you to rally around a set of goals for your country, goes in manufacturing, education, national security, and the deficit. real achievable plans that will lead to new jobs, more opportunity, and rebuild this economy on a stronger foundation. that
after the break paying tribute to an iconic astronaut making his final splashdown, neil armstrong. i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. ♪fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars ♪ >>> more than 2,000 people filled the national cathedral today. it was a memorial service for the iconic astronaut neil armstrong and among them, apollo 11 crewmate buzz aldrin and former senator john glenn who is also a former astronaut. hundreds waited in line for the chance to say good-bye. armstrong will be buried at sea tomorrow. >>> usa today is getting a hot new look in print, online and on your phone to enhance what they're c
-bye to an american hero, neil armstrong. >> the numbers proved the picture perfect day, 81 and 60 the official high and lows, pretty close to average. records 94, can still get hot and cooler, record low 44. we'll come back, talk about a cold front, tell you what that means for your friday night and weekend. >> also up next what transportation regulators have to say about the electronic train detection system behind a deadly metro crash. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message. >>> one of the best places in the country for students who want to succeed is right here in our area. prince william county officials say the area has been named one of the 100 best communities for young people and it's the third time the county received that honor. almost 87% of county students graduated last year. congrats. >>> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> with those words neil armstrong inspired a generation of children and adul
, the first man to walk on the moon will be laid to rest today. the astronauts neil armstrong will be buried at sea. he died last month at the age of 82 after complications from heart surgery. >> work on several metro lines could make it tough to get around this weekend. the green line trains are not running from college park to the belt. there will be shuttle buses available. orange line trains will be single track between vienna and west falls church and the blue line will be a single track between stadium and morgan boulevard. the metro will open early on sunday. trains will start running at 6:00 a.m. to help out with the navy-air force half marathon. >> a lot to keep an eye on this weekend. big concert tonight. are we going to stay dry? >> i believe national park will be dry. we have some of the coolest air we have seen in quite some time, a welcome change. but daytime highs on sunday are only in the mid-70's. outside, clouds had rolled in from the west. a few breaks are expected in the afternoon hours. right now we have mostly cloudy skies. to the west, that is where the clouds are begi
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